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Cafeïne-molecuul. Rood = zuurstof, lichtblau = koolstof, donkerblauw = stikstof, wit = waterstof
Date 12:55, 24 July 2006 (UTC)
Source molecuulmodel op nl:cafeïne. Gemaakt met ACD LABS en paint en Jasc Paint shop Pro
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